McGraw-Hill / Trade PaperbackOur Price$6.005 out of 5 stars for Key To Algebra, Book #1. View reviews of this product. 9 ReviewsAvailability: In StockStock No: WW53011
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heather5 Stars Out Of 5straight to the pointAugust 7, 2020heatherQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5These are perfect for my sixth grader. He loves math, and is slightly advanced. I wanted to do a refresher for him this year, as well as other things. This is a no nonsense straight to the point curriculum. I wish that this was around when I was doing algebra because of the simplicity of these workbooks. If your child needs extra help, or you want to ease them into algebra, I would say take a look at these. They may be worth it for your kiddos.
ymb4165 Stars Out Of 5Excellent Algebra I Review!July 31, 2017ymb416Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I felt like this series did an excellent job of allowing the student to review key elements of Algebra I, and it was not overwhelming. I allowed my student to review all sheets with me prior to beginning his work in each book. Then he worked through the workbook using the answer key to check his work as he went in order to make sure that he was not caught in the cycle of incorrectly working through multiple problems. Once he had finished the book, my student took each test and did quite well throughout. Good resource!
easy to follow5 Stars Out Of 5unintimidating algebra!April 20, 2016easy to followQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Step by step, ease your way into algebra without confusion or the stress of a poorly laid out page. This book starts at the beginning and works gently into algebra so kids who think math is easy and kids who are intimidated by math can both enjoy the process of learning algebra. We have one of each, so it was a blessing to find it!
Jophia2ArizonaAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5We love itDecember 31, 2011Jophia2ArizonaAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5We really like the Key to Mathematics series. We've used all of the topics except the geometry. These affordable books are just as effective as the pricier programs. The main difference is that each book covers ONE topic. There's no 'spiral' review built in, however, each topic builds on the last.
We love that the student can work independently, and that it encourages a true understanding of math with small steps and lots of simple line drawings. These books are black and white, and each individual book is short and not overwhelming.
I would recommend the algebra series:
-as an intro for advanced younger students,
-as a complete course for math-challenged kids who don't need a rigorous program for college, or
-as a review/explanation for kids who are stuck on a specific topic (ie trinomials). The individual books make it easy to get exactly what you need.
Carol WhitfieldNorth CarolinaAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5March 2, 2010Carol WhitfieldNorth CarolinaAge: 45-54Gender: femaleFor my 8th grader who is strong in math, this has been an excellent tool to strengthen her algebra skills. Working on approximately 3 pages per day, she is perfecting this area, and enjoys it.
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